Multiple artery blockage patients fare better and live longer with coronary artery bypass surgery than with stenting

A study of more than 100,000 patients has revealed that, for patients with Multiple artery.

Higher physical activity levels associated with reduced respiratory infection susceptibility in children

Higher levels of daily physical activity are associated with reduced susceptibility to upper respiratory tract.

Midlife moderate and vigorous physical activity levels associated with brain power

The amount of time spent in moderate and vigorous physical activity every day is linked.

Study reveals new genetic disorder that causes susceptibility to opportunistic infections

An international consortium co-led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center immunogeneticist Rubén Martínez-Barricarte, Ph.D., has discovered a.

Climate change trauma has real impacts on cognition and the brain, wildfire survivors study shows

Psychological trauma from extreme weather and climate events, such as wildfires, can have long-term impacts.

Study identifies cause for excessive folding of gyri in human cerebral cortex

The outer layer of the human brain (the cerebral cortex), characterized by its distinctive gyri.

Study shows how iron dysregulation might contribute to neurodegenerative diseases

Past neuroscience research consistently found a link between deviations from the “normal” iron metabolism, also.

Endogenous molecule protects from life-threatening complications after stem-cell transplantation

Acute Graft-versus-host disease (GvHD) is a life-threatening complication after leukemia treatment with allogeneic stem cell.

Muscle dysmorphia common in male adolescents and young adults

With the current emphasis on leanness and muscularity as today’s body ideal, many young boys.

New research identifies a potential treatment target for hepatoblastoma, the most common liver cancer in children

Although rare compared to adult liver cancers, hepatoblastoma is the most common pediatric liver malignancy,.